My company provide remote access to its private network using Juniper Connect. They have restricted to the Windows Juniper Connect client, but I need to work into a GNU/Linux distribution.
Before upgrading VMWare Player from 4.X to the latest 6 version, I was able to do the following:
- Open the VPN connection
- Connect with a SSH client from Windows to a computer inside my company network, opening some tunnels (something like
- Launch a VM guest with two network interfaces: a bridged one and a NAT one
- From the guest, use SSH to connect to the tunnel defined in step 2, using the NAT gateway IP
But after upgrading, I cannot access using the same method. I tried to forward the ports to the host's one, but it doesn't work.
The problem only happens when the VPN is connected: I don't have any access from my LAN network to the Windows host, but I can access to the bridge interface into the GNU/Linux guest, as usual.
Is there some way to forward all the ports from the NAT to the same host (in this case, to the Windows native OS)?
P.S. I tried changing the metrics of the VPN connection, but when I change that parameter, the VPN auto-reconnect and recover its previous metrics value